DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago - Arlington Heights
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... pretty long way from O'Hare all the way to downtown, so it did kind of start to lose its lustre, especially in the dark of the evening.
We walked around downtown Chi-town for a while and eventually settled on deep dish pizza at Pizano's which turned out to be a delicious and family friendly choice. We hopped the Blue Line back out to Rosemont just in time for the bedtime routine.
It was a pretty good start to a big adventure.
... to do. 4. Be careful of the rainy season on the western coast of the south island. We wanted to go on either end of the summer in AUS/NZ - Nov/Dec or Feb/Mar. The temps in NZ are in the 60s and comfortable for being outdoors all day. We ran into bad weather in Franz Josef at the glaciers and Milford Sound that canceled our day trips. This was pretty typical for the beginning of the summer and less typical for the end. Knowing this, we would have planned for ...
... well known experience in Chicago. 5 minutes walk away was Millenium Park the huge central green belt right in downtown. The weekend we arrived Chicago was holding a huge food and wine festival in the park and thr line to enter was at least 300m long and snaking through the park. We strolled around in the glorious sunshine checking out Wrigley Square, the Millenium Park Monument, the Jay Pritzker pavillion and of course the giant jellybean called Cloudgate. When this ...
... through a bit of a rough patch. And I wanted to celebrate how far I've come and grown since then, and treat myself to something special. The troubles of the past seem so far away and insignificant compared to these present moments, and the joys that the future will hold. I know I'm not an advide travelor(yet) but I am loving it, and this will be the first of many trips to ...
... lot of trouble.
Thanks to the detour we saw Sandusky Bay and also stopped at Darren's produce stand. Darren's main business (I found out) is moonshine. So after buying some local peaches and tomatoes Darren convinced me to take a sip of his moonshine and I was amazed at how good it tasted. He has two flavors Apple and Strawberry. Apple was for me and I walked away with a pint!